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Visayas

4K Displaced OFWs In Eastern Visayas To Get Cash Aid

Around 4,000 displaced OFWs in Eastern Visayas are set to receive cash aid.

KOICA Eyes Multi-Million Dollar Agri Project In Region 6

“Western Visayas is their favorite because we have previous projects like the rice processing center in Pototan and the Panay Island Sustainable Rural Development that established Bayanihan Tipon Center (BTC) and a local food terminal," said an official.

Guv. Garcia: COVID-19 Situation In Cebu Province Under Control

Garcia says that the COVID-19 situation in Cebu province is now manageable.

DA-7 Turns Over P8-M Dam Project To Bohol Farmers

The Department of Agriculture in Central Visayas turns over an PHP8 million worth of diversion dam project to farmers in Buenavista, a town in the northern coast of Bohol province.

DILG Announces Hiring Of Contact Tracers In C. Visayas

DILG in Central Visayas is hiring contact tracers to be deployed to various LGUs in the region.

Curfew Imposed As Cebu Bus Terminal Resumes Ops

Cebu South Bus Terminal imposes a curfew in the city.

DPWH Installs Rainwater Collectors In Biliran

DPWH installs rainwater collection systems in 18 strategic sites in Biliran province where water is scarce.

DSWD-7 Resumes Monitoring Of Compliance With 4Ps Conditionalities

The DSWD in Central Visayas is set to resume monitoring the compliance of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries with 4Ps conditionalities, particularly on health, to ensure their well-being.

Ban On Travel Of LSIs Between Cebu, NegOr Extended

The ban on sea travel for locally stranded individuals from Bato Port in Samboan, Cebu, to Tampi Port in Amlan, Negros Oriental has been extended until September 23.

Mayor Evelio: Placing Bacolod Under MECQ Is For City’s Good

“The intention of (placing Bacolod) under MECQ is for our own good. We expect inconvenience and adjustments but that is the trade-off so we can achieve our goal to contain or minimize the transmission of COVID-19.”